mato, 31 Oct 2011can this phone handle 720p mkv videos? Yes it can, sir.
[deleted post]Hi Diiny89,
It is getting rave reviews from everyone, even Engadget calls it the god device. I think they are right.
I am interested in the multitasking. How do you like it?
Please when are we getting nokia n9 and 800 in nigeria. I have being waiting for those phone.
Hey I got N9 2 days back and performance is awesome...I just want to ask wer is search button in Facebook application and will we able to make video call through Skype
im typing this from my n9. Switched from an iphone 4 to this and i dont regret it. man try it out if u havent already! the phone is soo smooth and fast. web browser is amazingly fast even with 3G! i love it. only cons for me is the speaker, could be a little bit louder, but the sound with earphones make up for it. this is an amazing device, dont belive the trolls and liers.
i feel that for nokia, they should really focus on improving their ovi store and it's apps. look at apple apps. nokia apps is not even 1% as good as apple apps.
the phone no one except hardcore nokia fanboys gets excited.
wait, this is not even a symbian!
Is this the megoo that all symbian user was looking for, really funny, it is too late megoo they all shift to iPhone or android, sorry mate :(
There is always this excuse I hear about how Apple only makes one model phone every year vs dozens from other manufacturers and it isn't fair to make comparisons.
But hasn't anyone noticed Nokia is still #1 in GLOBAL market share? Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and Sony Ericsson all make MULTIPLE phones too, but what is their excuse of not surpassing Nokia yet? Nokia is still #1 based on volume sales and still #2 in profit margins, and this is WITHOUT any true flagship smartphone to carry them since 2007 or ecosystem. Their N9/Lumia 800 is probably the best phone they have made since the N95.
AnonD-28478, 31 Oct 2011using myriad alien dalvik helps in running every android apps without any problems...so i am b... moreits said tat alien dalvik needs to be installed on to the root of OS.... and it seems nokia is not gonna do tat....so i guess we can stop expecting to install alien dalvik on n9
I have been using SE for the last 6 years and now i switched to Blackberry and Samsung.
after seeing the N9 and lumia800 I felt that nokia is determinig to come back to get the leadership on the phone market.
I can say that the best looking phone so far is Sony ericsso Arc and noe Nokia N9. I can understand that european companies like Nokia and Sony Ericsson only coould manage to make nice looking phone.
I can only tell that all platforms are beaytiful and all mobile companies have contributed to shape the mobile industry to the maximum .
using myriad alien dalvik helps in running every android apps without any problems...so i am buying:)
AnonD-4340, 30 Oct 2011im a certified expert in lotsa microsoft products, i do programming on microsoft servers for a... morelets c buddy, but i am not dependent on either nokia or microsoft (as u do) for my living. i use them just as per my convenience, and i dont think any silly gadget can make my life hard.
Now as far as nokia is concerned, m damn sure they will get something good as i am using their products since 1997, and i trust this company.
And now N9 is what i am looking for as my next phone after my Nokia n82. I am althou not much bothered about their wp7 series, still i feel being Nokia, they will still do something different and innovative for their upcoming devices. just hang on if u trust. otherwise its your life.. enjoy it the way u want. cheers